This is quite simply the best historical novel I have ever read. From the quiet opening on page 1 to the shattering revelations that only end on page 356, this grabbed and held my attention. If you like Stephen Saylor, if you like Ellis Peters, if you enjoyed the BBC/HBO series ‘Rome‘ on TV – if you like Mary Renault and the historical fiction of Gore Vidal and ‘The Name of the Rose‘ and ‘The Da Vinci Code‘ – you will love this. Read this, and you can see and smell Rome after the Fall. NB – contains violence and strong language and descriptions of a sexual nature.
Published on Amazon
16th March 2008
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